Genrobotics, a Trivandrum - based robotics company has raised Rs 2.5 crore in Pre Series A round from existing investors Unicorn India Ventures. Soon after the implementation at Coimbatore smart city, the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs has suggested and quoted Bandicoot 2.0, as an excellent example for enabling Zero Human-Intervention in the sewerage cleaning process. The Young startup professionals at Genrobotic got a shot in the arm when one of India’s biggest industrialist Mr. Anand Mahindra, praised their innovation and expressed interest to help them scale up. Mr Mahindra has always been truly one of the motivators to youth who share a deep passion for philanthropic activities, after seeing this aspiring team’s work and thoughtful intentions on reaching services to the unreached ones, and he tweeted “There’s a lot of nervousness about the role of robots & AI in the future. Vimal Govind, Co-founder CEO, Genrobotics, says, "we are so happy that Bandicoot is bringing smiles to those innocent ones and we believe that our efforts brought light into the stinking realities of Manual scavenging in India.